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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Clarence A. Rotz (Al)

Agricultural Engineer


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Predicting the emission of volatile organic compounds from silage systems - (Abstract Only) - (10-Jun-14)
Assessing the sustainability of beef production - (Abstract Only) - (06-Jun-14)
The challenges of incorporating random animal-mediated nitrogen transfers in process-based modelling of grazed agricultural systems - (Proceedings)
Snow, V.O., Rotz, C.A., Johnson, I.R., Hutchings, N.J., Eckard, R.J. 2014. The challenges of incorporating random animal-mediated nitrogen transfers in process-based modelling of grazed agricultural systems. Meeting Proceedings. Proc. 7th Inter. Meeting Environ. Modeling and Software, San Diego, CA. p. 1-7.
Abatement of ammonia and nitrous oxide emissions from dairy farms using milk urea N (MUN) - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Powell, J.M., Rotz, C.A., Wattiaux, M.A. 2014. Abatement of ammonia and nitrous oxide emissions from dairy farms using milk urea N (MUN). Journal of Environmental Quality. DOI:10.2134/jeq2013.09.0375.
Environmental assessment of a representative grass-finishing beef operation in southern Pennsylvania - (Abstract Only) - (10-May-14)
The challenges – and some solutions – to process-based modelling of grazed agricultural systems - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Snow, V.O., Rotz, C.A., Moore, A.D., Martin-Clouaire, R., Johnson, I.R., Hutchings, N.J., Eckard, R.J. 2014. The challenges – and some solutions – to process-based modelling of grazed agricultural systems. Journal of Environmental Modeling and Software. DOI: 10.1016/j.envsoft.2014.03.009.
Process-based modeling of ammonia emission from beef cattle feedyards with the integrated farm systems model - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Waldrip, H., Rotz, C.A., Hafner, S.D., Todd, R.W., Cole, N.A. 2014. Process-based modeling of ammonia emission from beef cattle feedyards with the integrated farm systems model. Journal of Environmental Quality. 43:1159-1168.
Practices to Reduce Milk Carbon Footprint on Grazing Dairy Farms in Southern Uruguay: Case Studies. - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Lizarralde, C., Picasso, V., Rotz, C.A., Cadenazzi, M., Astigarraga, L. 2014. Practices to Reduce Milk Carbon Footprint on Grazing Dairy Farms in Southern Uruguay: Case Studies.. Sustainable Agriculture Research. 3(2):1-15.
Impact of increasing milk production on whole farm environmental management - (Proceedings)
Rotz, C.A. 2014. Impact of increasing milk production on whole farm environmental management. Proceedings of the Maryland Nutrition Conference. p. 39-44.
An environmental assessment of grass-finishing beef operations in Pennsylvania - (Abstract Only)
Dillon, J., Rotz, C.A. 2014. An environmental assessment of grass-finishing beef operations in Pennsylvania [abstract]. Proc. Annual Meeting of the Northeast Pasture Consortium, State College PA. p. 1.
Integration of air and water quality issues - (Book / Chapter)
Rotz, C.A., Veith, T.L. 2013. Integration of air and water quality issues. In:Kebreab, E. editors. Sustainable Animal Agriculture. Oxfordshire, UK: CABI. p. 137-156.
Technologies and logistics for handling, transport and distribution of animal manures - (Book / Chapter)
Sorensen, C.G., Sommer, S.G., Bochtis, D., Rotz, C.A. 2013. Technologies and logistics for handling, transport and distribution of animal manures. In Sommer, S.G., M.L. Christensen, T.Schmidt, and L.S. Jensen. Animal Manure Recycling: treatment and management. John Wiley & Sons Ltd. West Sussex, UK. p. 211-236.
Ammonia emission model for whole farm evaluation of dairy production systems - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Rotz, C.A., Montes, F., Hafner, S.D., Heber, A.J., Grant, R.H. 2014. Ammonia emission model for whole farm evaluation of dairy production systems. Journal of Environmental Quality. DOI:10.2134/jeq2013.04.0121.
Mitigation of methane and nitrous oxide emissions from animal operations: A review of manure management options - (Review Article)
Montes, F., Meinen, R., Dell, C.J., Rotz, C.A., Hristov, A.N., Oh, J., Waghorn, G., Gerber, P.J., Henderson, B., Makkar, H., Dijkstra, J. 2013. Mitigation of methane and nitrous oxide emissions from animal operations: A review of manure management options. Journal of Animal Science. 91:5070-5094.
Mitigation of methane and nitrous oxide emissions from animal operations: III. A review of animal management mitigation options - (Review Article)
Hristov, A.N., Ott, T., Tricarico, J., Rotz, C.A., Waghorn, G., Adesogan, A., Dijkstra, J., Montes, F., Oh, J., Kebreab, E., Oosting, S., Gerber, P.J., Henderson, B., Makkar, H.S., Firkins, J. 2013. Mitigation of methane and nitrous oxide emissions from animal operations: III. A review of animal management mitigation options. Journal of Animal Science. 91:5095-5113.
A simulation-based approach for evaluating and comparing the environmental footprints of beef production systems - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Rotz, C.A., Isenberg, B.J., Stackhouse-Lawson, K.R., Pollak, E.J. 2013. A simulation-based approach for evaluating and comparing the environmental footprints of beef production systems. Journal of Animal Science. 91:5427-5437.
Environmental, social, and economic footprints of current and past beef production systems - (Abstract Only)
Stackhouse-Lawson, K.R., Rotz, C.A., Isenberg, B.J., Pollak, E.J., Battagliese, T., Ulhman, B., Barcan, C., Schulze, I., Silva, J., Reagan, J.O. 2013. Environmental, social, and economic footprints of current and past beef production systems. American Society of Animal Science Annual Meeting. J. Anim. Sci. 91 (E-Suppl. 2):679.
A look at the environmental footprints of beef production - (Proceedings) - (06-Jun-13)
Emission of volatile organic compounds from silage: compounds, sources, and implications - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Hafner, S.D., Howard, C., Muck, R.E., Franco, R.B., Montes, F., Green, P.G., Mitloehner, F., Trabue, S.L., Rotz, C.A. 2013. Emission of volatile organic compounds from silage: compounds, sources, and implications. Atmospheric Environment. 77:827-839.
Farm simulation can help adapt dairy production systems to climate change - (Abstract Only)
Rotz, C.A., Skinner, R.H. 2013. Farm simulation can help adapt dairy production systems to climate change. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting Abstracts. p. 1.
Technical options for the mitigation of direct methane and nitrous oxide emissions from livestock – a review - (Review Article)
Gerber, P.J., Hristov, A.N., Henderson, B., Makkar, H., Oh, J., Lee, C., Meinen, R., Montes, F., Ott, T., Firkins, J., Rotz, C.A., Dell, C.J., Adesogan, A., Yang, W.Z., Tricarico, J., Kebreab, E., Waghorn, G., Dijkstra, J., Oosting, S. 2013. Technical options for the mitigation of direct methane and nitrous oxide emissions from livestock – a review. Animal. 7 s2 p. 220-234.
Whole-farm models to quantify greenhouse gas emissions and their potential use for linking climate change mitigation and adaptation in ruminant-based farming systems - (Review Article)
Del Prado, A., Crosson, P., Olesen, J.E., Rotz, C.A. 2014. Whole-farm models to quantify greenhouse gas emissions and their potential use for linking climate change mitigation and adaptation in ruminant-based farming systems. Animal. 7(s2):373–385.
Estimation of ammonia emissions from two commercial beef cattle feedyards in the southern high plains with process-based models - (Proceedings)
Waldrip, H., Rotz, C.A., Li, C., Todd, R.W., Salas, W.G., Cole, N.A. 2013. Estimation of ammonia emissions from two commercial beef cattle feedyards in the southern high plains with process-based models. Proceedings of the National Conference on Livestock and Poultry Environmental quality; from Waste to Worth:spreading science and solutions. 1:85.
Whole-farm models to quantify greenhouse gas emissions and their potential use for linking climate change mitigation and adaptation in temperate grassland ruminant-based farming systems. - (Proceedings)
Del Prado, A., Crosson, P., Olesen, J.E., Rotz, C.A. 2013. Whole-farm models to quantify greenhouse gas emissions and their potential use for linking climate change mitigation and adaptation in temperate grassland ruminant-based farming systems. [Abstract]. International Conference on Greenhouse Gasses and Animal Agriculture. p. 1.
Estimating ammonia and nitrous oxide emissions from dairy farms using milk urea nitrogen - (Proceedings)
Powell, J.M., Wattiaux, M.A., Rotz, C.A. 2013. Estimating ammonia and nitrous oxide emissions from dairy farms using milk urea nitrogen. International Conference on Greenhouse Gasses and Animal Agriculture. 7(2):276.
Environmental footprints of beef produced at the U.S. Meat Animal Research Center - (Proceedings)
Rotz, C.A., Isenberg, B.J., Pollak, E.J., Stackhouse-Lawson, K.R. 2013. Environmental footprints of beef produced at the U.S. Meat Animal Research Center. Waste to Worth: Spreading Science and Solutions, April 1-5, 2013, Denver Co. p. 1.
Software for evaluating the environmental impact of dairy and beef production systems - (Proceedings)
Rotz, C.A. 2013. Software for evaluating the environmental impact of dairy and beef production systems. Waste tp Worth: Spreading Science and Solutions, April 1-5, 2013, Denver. Co. p. 1.
Environmental footprints of beef production at the U.S. Meat Animal Research Center - (Abstract Only)
Rotz, C.A., Isenberg, B.J., Stackhouse-Lawson, K.R., Pollak, E.J. 2013. Environmental footprints of beef production at the U.S. Meat Animal Research Center. American Society of Animal Science Annual Meeting. J. Animal. Sci.91 (E-Suppl. 2):678.
Whole farm assessment of alternative cropping and feeding strategies - (Abstract Only)
Rotz, C.A. 2013. Whole farm assessment of alternative cropping and feeding strategies. Joint Abstracts of the American Dairy Science and Society of Animal Science. J. Anim. Sci. 91 (E-Suppl. 2):644.
Ammonia emissions and carbon and energy footprints of dairy farms in the Northeastern United States and Northern Europe estimated using DairyGEM - (Abstract Only)
Hristov, A.N., Rotz, C.A., Huhtanen, P., Korhonen, M., Isenberg, B. 2013. Ammonia emissions and carbon and energy footprints of dairy farms in the Northeastern United States and Northern Europe estimated using DairyGEM. [Abstract]. Joint Abstracts of the American Dairy Science and Society of Animal Science. J. Anim. Sci. 91 (E-Suppl. 2):601.
Farm-system modeling to evaluate environmental losses, profitability, and best management practice cost-effectiveness - (Proceedings)
Veith, T.L., Mclean, A.D., Rotz, C.A., Hamlett, J.M., Shortle, J.S. 2013. Farm-system modeling to evaluate environmental losses, profitability, and best management practice cost-effectiveness. Waste to Worth: Spreading Science and Solutions, April 1-5, 2013, Denver Co. p. 1.
Nutritional and management strategies to mitigate animal greenhouse gas emissions - (Proceedings)
Hristov, A.N., Oh, J., Lee, C., Meinen, R., Montes, F., Ott, T., Firkins, J., Rotz, C.A., Dell, C.J., Adesogan, A., Yang, W., Tricarico, J., Kebreab, E., Waghorn, G., Dijkstra, J., Oosting, S., Gerber, P.J., Henderson, B., Makkar, H. 2013. Nutritional and management strategies to mitigate animal greenhouse gas emissions. IN: Ruminant Nutrition Conference Proceedings, February 5-6, 2013, Gainesville, Florida. p. 1-8.
Estimation of ammonia emissions from two commercial beef cattle feedyards in the southern high plains with process-based modeling. - (Abstract Only)
Waldrip, H., Rotz, C.A., Li, C., Todd, R.W., Salas, W.G., Cole, N.A. 2013. Estimation of ammonia emissions from two commercial beef cattle feedyards in the southern high plains with process-based modeling.2013 Livestock and Poultry Environmental Learning Center Conference, Waste to Worth. 1:91.
Managing livestock to mitigate nitrogen losses and adapt to climate change - (Abstract Only)
Rotz, C.A. 2012. Managing livestock to mitigate nitrogen losses and adapt to climate change[abstract]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting Abstracts. Paper No. 180-5.
Nitrogen – climate interactions in US agriculture - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Robertson, G.P., Bruulesema, T.W., Gehl, R., Kanter, D., Mauzerall, D., Rotz, C.A., Williams, C. 2012. Nitrogen – climate interactions in US agriculture. Biogeochemistry. DOI 10.1007/s10533-012-9802-4.
Dairy gas emissions model: reference manual - (Other)
Rotz, C.A., Chianese, D.S., Montes, F., Hafner, S.D., Jarvis, R. 2012. Dairy gas emissions model: reference manual. World Wide Web. Available: https://www.ars.usda.gov/sp2UserFiles/Place/19020000/DairyGEMReferenceManual.pdf.
Carbon footprint and ammonia emissions of California beef production systems - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Stackhouse-Lawson, K.R., Rotz, C.A., Oltjen, J.W., Mitloehner, F.M. 2012. Carbon footprint and ammonia emissions of California beef production systems. Journal of Animal Science. 90:4641-4655.
Growth-promoting technologies decrease the carbon footprint, ammonia emissions, and costs of California beef production systems - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Stackhouse-Lawson, K.R., Rotz, C.A., Oltjen, J.W., Mitloehner, F.M. 2012. Growth-promoting technologies decrease the carbon footprint, ammonia emissions, and costs of California beef production systems. Journal of Animal Science. 90:4656-4665.
Estimation of ammmonia emissions from beef cattle feedyards in the Southern Plains with process-based modeling - (Abstract Only)
Waldrip, H., Todd, R.W., Cole, N.A., Li, C., Salas, W.H., Rotz, C.A. 2012. Estimation of ammmonia emissions from beef cattle feedyards in the Southern Plains with process-based modeling. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting Abstracts. 1:1.
Mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions in livestock production: a review of technical options for non-C02 emissions - (Other)
Hristov, A.N., Oh, J., Lee, C., Meinen, R., Montes, F., Ott, T., Firkins, J., Rotz, C.A., Dell, C.J., Adesogan, A., Yang, W., Tricarico, J., Kebreab, E., Waghorn, G., Dijkstra, J., Oosting, S. 2013. Mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions in livestock production: a review of technical options for non-C02 emissions. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Technical Workshop Report. p 1-255.
DairyGEM: software for evaluating gaseous emissions from dairy farms - (Other)
Rotz, C.A. 2012. DairyGEM: software for evaluating gaseous emissions from dairy farms. Extension Fact Sheets. Available: http://www.ars.usda.gov/SP2UserFiles/Program212/LivestockGRACEnet/DairyGEM.pdf.
The Integrated Farm System Model: software for evaluating the performance, environmental impact and economics of farming systems - (Other)
Rotz, C.A. 2012. The Integrated Farm System Model: software for evaluating the performance, environmental impact and economics of farming systems. Extension Fact Sheets. Available: http://www.ars.usda.gov/SP2UserFiles/Program/21/LivestockGRACEnet/IFSM.pdf.
A model for predicting VOC emission from silage - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Hafner, S.D., Montes, F., Rotz, C.A. 2012. A model for predicting VOC emission from silage. Atmospheric Environment. 54:134-140.
A case study of the potential environmental impacts of different dairy production systems in Georgia - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Belflower, J.B., Bernard, J.K., Gattie, D.K., Hancock, D.W., Risse, L.M., Rotz, C.A. 2012. A case study of the potential environmental impacts of different dairy production systems in Georgia. Agricultural Systems. 108:84-93. DOI: 10.1016/j.agsy.2012.01.005.
Manure-DNDC: a biogeochemical process model for quantifying greenhouse gas and ammonia emissions from livestock manure systems - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Li, C., Salas, W., Zhang, R., Krauter, C., Rotz, C.A., Mitloehner, F. 2012. Manure-DNDC: a biogeochemical process model for quantifying greenhouse gas and ammonia emissions from livestock manure systems. Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems. DOI: 10.1007/s10705-012-9507-z.
The role of carbon dioxide in ammonia emission from manure - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Hafner, S.D., Montes, F., Rotz, C.A. 2012. The role of carbon dioxide in ammonia emission from manure. Atmospheric Environment. Available: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.atmosenv.2012.01.026.
A case study comparing the environmental impacts of grazing and confined dairies - (Proceedings)
Risse, L.M., Belflower, J.B., Rotz, C.A., Kiepper, B., Benard, J. 2011. A case study comparing the environmental impacts of grazing and confined dairies. Dairy Herd Management Symposium Proceedings, November 1-2, 2011, Tifton, Georgia. 2011 CDROM.
Whole farm impact of anaerobic digestion and biogas use on a New York dairy farm - (Proceedings)
Rotz, C.A., Hafner, S.D. 2011. Whole farm impact of anaerobic digestion and biogas use on a New York dairy farm[abstract]. ASABE Annual International Meeting. Paper No. 1111194.
Life cycle costing of a milk producing farm – cost assessment of environmental impact mitigation strategies - (Abstract Only)
Asselin, A., Rotz, C.A., Jolliet, O. 2011. Life cycle costing of a milk producing farm – cost assessment of environmental impact mitigation strategies. Meeting Proceedings. Available: http://lcacenter.org/lcaxi/list/abstract-dynamic.php?id=453.
Soil management to mitigate climate change - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Lal, R., Delgado, J.A., Salon, P.R., Dell, C.J., Groffman, P., Miller, N., Rotz, C.A. 2011. Soil management to mitigate climate change. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 66(1):276-285.
Grazing: the whole picture - (Trade Journal)
Rotz, C.A. 2012. Grazing: the whole picture. Hoard's Dairyman. 157(1):10.
Estimating emissions and evaluating mitigation strategies with process-based models - (Abstract Only)
Rotz, C.A., Li, C. 2011. Estimating emissions and evaluating mitigation strategies with process-based models[abstract]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting Abstracts. Paper No. 64155.
Life cycle assessment of greenhouse gas emissions from beef production systems in California - (Abstract Only)
Stackhouse, K.R., Rotz, C.A., Mitloehner, F.M. 2011. Life cycle assessment of greenhouse gas emissions from beef production systems in California[abstract]. Joint Meeting of the ADSA, AMSA, ASAS and PSA. Journal of Animal Science 89 E-Supplement 1 . Journal of Dairy Science, 94, E-Supplement 1. Paper No. 852.
DairyGEM: A software tool for assessing emissions and mitigation strategies for dairy production systems - (Proceedings)
Rotz, C.A. 2011. DairyGEM: A software tool for assessing emissions and mitigation strategies for dairy production systems. Western Dairy Air Quality Symposium, Convergency of Science and Regulation. p. 31-35.
DairyGEM: a software tool for whole farm assessment of emission mitigation strategies - (Abstract Only)
Rotz, C.A., Montes, F., Hafner, S.D. 2011. DairyGEM: a software tool for whole farm assessment of emission mitigation strategies[abstract]. American Chemical Society Annual Meeting Symposium Proceedings. Available: http://abstracts.acs.org/chem/242nm/program/view.php.
Inorganic carbon and emission of ammonia from manure - (Abstract Only)
Hafner, S.D., Montes, F., Rotz, C.A., Meisinger, J.J. 2011. Inorganic carbon and emission of ammonia from manure[abstract]. American Chemical Society Abstracts. Paper No. 24.
Mass balance evaluation of alcohol emission from cattle feed - (Abstract Only)
Hafner, S.D., Montes, F., Rotz, C.A., Howard, C. 2011. Mass balance evaluation of alcohol emission from cattle feed [abstract]. American Chemical Society Abstracts. Paper No. 186.
Modeling and implementing feed management decisions into whole farm nutrient management - (Abstract Only)
Harrison, J., Rotz, C.A. 2011. Modeling and implementing feed management decisions into whole farm nutrient management. Proceedings of the 2011 Joint Meeting of the ADSA, AMSA, ASAS and PSA. p. 1.
Nutrition - An effective tool for mitigating ammonia emissions from dairy and feedlot operations - (Abstract Only)
Hristov, A., Hanigan, M., Cole, N.A., Todd, R.W., McAllister, T., Ndegwa, P., Rotz, C.A. 2011. Nutrition - An effective tool for mitigating ammonia emissions from dairy and feedlot operations [abstract]. Journal of Animal Science Supplement 89, E-Suppl. 2:143-144.
Review: Ammonia emissions from dairy farms and beef feedlots - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Hristov, A., Hanigan, M., Cole, N.A., Todd, R.W., McAllister, T., Ndegwa, P., Rotz, C.A. 2011. Review: Ammonia emissions from dairy farms and beef feedlots. Canadian Journal of Animal Science. 91:1-35.
A mass transfer model of ethanol emission from thin layers of corn silage - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
El-Mashad, H.M., Zhang, R., Rumsey, T., Hafner, S.D., Montes, F., Rotz, C.A., Arteaga, V., Zhao, Y., Mitloehner, F.M. 2010. A mass transfer model of ethanol emission from thin layers of corn silage. Transactions of the ASABE. 53(6):1903-1909.
Software for evaluating greenhouse gas emissions and the carbon footprint of dairy production systems - (Abstract Only)
Rotz, C.A., Montes, F. 2010. Software for evaluating greenhouse gas emissions and the carbon footprint of dairy production systems [abstract]. Proceeding of the 4th Greenhouse Gasses and Animal Agriculture. p.206-207.
Whole farm impact of biogas generation and use on a New York dairy farm - (Abstract Only)
Rotz, C.A., Hafner, S.D. 2010. Whole farm impact of biogas generation and use on a New York dairy farm. Proc. of the 4th Greenhouse Gasses and Animal Agriculture. p. 69-70.
Environmental and economic comparisons of manure application methods in farming systems - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Rotz, C.A., Kleinman, P.J.A., Dell, C.J., Veith, T.L., Beegle, D. 2011. Environmental and economic comparisons of manure application methods in farming systems. Journal of Environmental Quality. 40:438-448.
Ethanol emission from loose corn silage - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Hafner, S.D., Montes, F., Rotz, C.A., Mitloehner, F.M. 2010. Ethanol emission from loose corn silage and exposed silage particles. Atmospheric Environment. 44:4172-4180.
A farm-level model of VOC emission from silage - (Proceedings)
Hafner, S.D., Montes, F., Rotz, C.A., Mitloehner, F.M. 2010. A farm-level model of VOC emission from silage. Proceedings of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers International (ASABE). Paper No. 711P0510cd.
Within-field variability in optimum nitrogen rate for corn linked to soil moisture variability - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Schmidt, J.P., Sripada, R.P., Beegle, D.B., Rotz, C.A., Hong, N. 2011. Within-field variability in optimum nitrogen rate for corn linked to soil moisture variability. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 75:306-316.
Effects of carbon dioxide emission, kinetically-limited reactions, and diffusive transport on ammonia emission from manure - (Proceedings)
Hafner, S.D., Montes, F., Rotz, C.A. 2010. Effects of carbon dioxide emission, kinetically-limited reactions, and diffusive transport on ammonia emission from manure. Proceedings of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers International (ASABE). Paper No. 1008895.
Integration of air and water quality issues - (Abstract Only) - (21-Apr-10)
A mass transfer model of ethanol emission from thin layers of corn silage - (Proceedings)
El-Mashad, H.M., Zhang, R., Mitloehner, F.M., Arteaga, V., Rumsey, T., Zhao, Y., Hafner, S.D., Montes, F., Rotz, C.A. 2010. A mass transfer model of ethanol emission from thin layers of corn silage. Proceedings of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers International (ASABE). Paper No. 711P0510cd.
Nitrogen Use Efficiency: A Performance Indicator for Dairy Farms? - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Powell, J.M., Gourley, C.P., Rotz, C.A., Weaver, D.A. 2010. Nitrogen Use Efficiency: A Performance Indicator for Dairy Farms. Environmental Science and Policy. 13:217-228.
Temperature and air velocity effects on ethanol emission from corn silage Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Montes, F., Hafner, S.D., Rotz, C.A., Mitlochner, F.M. 2010. Temperature and air velocity effects on ethanol emission from corn silage with the characteristics of an exposed silo face. Atmospheric Environment. 44(16):1987-1995.
Economic and environmental issues associated with confinement and pasture-based dairy systems - (Abstract Only)
Clark, D.A., Ledgard, S.F., Gregorini, P., Rotz, C.A. 2010. Economic and environmental issues associated with confinement and pasture-based dairy systems. American Dairy Science Association Proceedings. (J. Dairy Sci. (E-Suppl.) 93:538.
Short- and Long-Term Economic Analysis of Forage Mixtures and Grazing Strategies - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Deak, A., Hall, M.H., Sanderson, M.A., Rotz, C.A. 2010. Short- and Long-Term Economic Analysis of Forage Mixtures and Grazing Strategies. Agronomy Journal. 102:1201-1209.
The Carbon Footprint of Dairy Production Systems through Partial Life Cycle Assessment - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Rotz, C.A., Montes, F., Chianese, D.S. 2010. The carbon footprint of dairy production systems through partial life cycle assessment. Journal of Dairy Science. 93(3):1266-1282.
Biofuels for the Bay: Cellulosic Double Crops in the Chesapeake Watershed Reprint Icon - (Proceedings)
Baxter, R., Plakkat, A., Camargo, G., Dubin, M., Rotz, C.A., Roth, G., Richard, T.L. 2009. Biofuels for the bay: cellulosic double crops in the Chesapeake Watershed. Proceedings of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers International (ASABE). Paper No. BIO-098312
Food, Feed, and Fuel: Integrating Energy Double Crops in Conventional Farming Systems - (Abstract Only)
Camargo, G., Rotz, C.A., Richard, T.L. 2009. Food, Feed, and Fuel: Integrating Energy Double Crops in Conventional Farming Systems [abstract]. Bioenergy Engineering Conference. Paper No. 1
Process modeling of ammonia volatilization from ammonium solution and manure surfaces - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Montes, F., Chaoui, H., Rotz, C.A. 2009. Process Modeling of Ammonia Volatilization From aAmonium Solution and Manure Surfaces: A Review With Recommended Models. Transactions of the ASABE. 52(5):1707-1719.
The sustainability of organic dairy production in the U.S. Reprint Icon - (Other)
Rotz, C.A., Soder, K.J. 2009. The sustainability of organic dairy production in the U.S. Presentation at the 60Th annual meeting of the European Association for Animal Production. Available at: http://www.eaap.org/Barcelona/Papers/published/20_Rotz.pdf
Dissociation and ammonia mass transfer from ammonium solution and dairy cattle manure - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Chaoui, H., Montes, F., Rotz, C.A., Richard, T. 2009. Dissociation and ammonia mass transfer from ammonium solutions and dairy cattle manure. Transactions of the ASABE. 52(5)P1695-1706.
Whole farm environmental and economic assessments of manure application methods Reprint Icon - (Abstract Only)
Rotz, C.A., Kleinman, P.J., Dell, C.J., Beegle, D.B. 2009. Whole farm environmental and economic assessments of manure application methods [abstract]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting Abstracts. Paper No. 52465.
Simulation of Carbon Dioxide Emissions from Dairy Farms to Assess Greenhouse Gas Reduction Strategies - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Chianese, D.S., Rotz, C.A., Richard, T.L. 2009. SIMULATION OF CARBON DIOXIDE EMISSIONS FROM DAIRY FARMS TO ASSESS GREENHOUSE GAS REDUCTION STRATEGIES. Transactions of the ASABE. 52(4):1301-1312.
Grazing can reduce the environmental impact of dairy production systems Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Rotz, C.A., Soder, K.J., Skinner, R.H., Dell, C.J., Kleinman, P.J., Schmidt, J.P., Bryant, R.B. 2009. Grazing can reduce the environmental impact of dairy production systems. Forage and Grazinglands. Available: www.plantmanagementnetwork.org/sub/fg/research/2009/impact/
Measuring Emissions of Volatile Organic Compounds from Silage - (Proceedings)
Montes, F., Hafner, S.D., Rotz, C.A. 2009. Measuring Emissions of Volatile Organic Compounds from Silage. Proceedings of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers International (ASABE). Paper No. 096184.
Simulation of Methane Emissions from Dairy Farms to Assess Greenhouse Gas Reduction Strategies - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Chianese, D.S., Rotz, C.A., Richard, T.L. 2009. SIMULATION OF METHANE EMISSIONS FROM DAIRY FARMS TO ASSESS GREENHOUSE GAS REDUCTION STRATEGIES. Transactions of the ASABE. 52(4):1313-1323.
Simulation of Nitrous Oxide Emissions from Dairy Farms to Assess Greenhouse Gas Reduction Strategies - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Chianese, D.S., Rotz, C.A., Richard, T.L. 2009. SIMULATION OF NITROUS OXIDE EMISSIONS FROM DAIRY FARMS TO ASSESS GREENHOUSE GAS REDUCTION STRATEGIES. Transactions of the ASABE. 52(4):1325-1335.
Silage and whole-farm nutrient management - (Proceedings)
Rotz, C.A. 2009. Silage and whole-farm nutrient management. In: Proceedings International Silage Conference, July 27-29, 2009, Madison, WI. 2009 CDROM.
Characterization and measurement of VOC emissions from silage - (Proceedings)
Montes, F., Hafner, S.D., Rotz, C.A. 2009. Characterization and measurement of VOC emissions from silage. In: Proceedings International Silage Conference, july 27-29, 2009, Madison, WI. 2009 CDROM.
Modeling emissions of volatile organic compounds from silage - (Proceedings)
Hafner, S.D., Montes, F., Rotz, C.A. 2009. Modeling emissions of volatile organic compounds from silage. In: Proceedings International Silage Conference, July 27-29, 2009, Madison, WI. 2009 CDROM.
Nitrogen Use Efficiency in Dairy Production - (Proceedings)
Powell, J.M., Rotz, C.A., Weaver, D.M. 2009. Nitrogen Use Efficiency in Dairy Production. In: Grignani, C., Acutis, M., Zavattaro, L., Bechini L., Bertora, C., Marino Gallina, P., Sacco, P., editors. Proceedings of the 16th Nitrogen Workshop - Connecting different scales of nitrogen use in agriculture, June 28 - July 1, 2009, Turin, Italy. p. 241-242.
Carbon footprint of dairy production systems - (Abstract Only) - (05-May-09)
Modeling emissions of volatile organic compounds from silage - (Proceedings)
Hafner, S.D., Montes, F., Rotz, C.A. 2009. Modeling emissions of volatile organic compounds from silage. Proceedings of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers International (ASABE). Paper No. 095967.
Exploring Viable Dairy Farm Strategies for Coping with Rising Corn Grain Prices Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Ghebremichael, L.T., Veith, T.L., Cerosaletti, P.E., Dewing, D.E., Rotz, C.A. 2009. Exploring economically and environmentally viable northeastern US dairy farm strategies for coping with rising corn grain prices. Journal of Dairy Science. 92(8):4086-4099.
The environmental impacts of grazing in dairy production - (Abstract Only)
Rotz, C.A., Soder, K.J., Skinner, R.H., Dell, C.J., Kleinman, P.J., Schmidt, J.P., Bryant, R.B. 2009. The environmental impacts of grazing in dairy production. American Forage and Grassland Council Conference Proceedings, June 21-23, 2009, Grand Rapids, MI. 2009 CDROM.
The sustainability of organic dairy production in the U.S. - (Abstract Only)
Rotz, C.A. 2009. The sustainability of organic dairy production in the U.S.[abstract]. Abstracts for the 60th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Animal Production. p. 230.
Estimated Greenhouse Gas Emissions from a Representative Northeastern Dairy Farm - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Chianese, D.S., Rotz, C.A., Richard, T.L. 2009. WHOLE FARM GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS: A REVIEW WITH APPLICATION TO A PENNSYLVANIA DAIRY FARM. Applied Engineering in Agriculture. 25(3):431-442.
DairyGHG: a tool for evaluating the greenhouse gas emissions and carbon footprint of dairy production systems - (Abstract Only)
Rotz, C.A., Montes, F. 2009. DairyGHG: A tool for evaluating the greenhouse gas emissions and carbon footprint of dairy production systems [abstract]. Proc. Joint Annual Meeting of the ADSA CSAS and ASAS, July 12-16, 2009, Montreal, Canada. p. 147-148
The Dairy Greenhouse Gas Model: A Tool for estimating greenhouse gas emissions and the carbon footprint of dairy production systems - (Other)
Rotz, C.A. 2009. The Dairy Greenhouse Gas Model: A Tool for estimating greenhouse gas emissions and the carbon footprint of dairy production systems. Northeast Pasture Consortium Fact Sheets. p. 1.
The Integrated Farm System Model: A Tool for Whole Farm Nutrient Management Analysis - (Proceedings)
Rotz, C.A. 2008. The Integrated Farm System Model: A Tool for Whole Farm Nutrient Management Analysis. Proceedings of American Registry of Professional Animal Scientists. Section 6.
Comparison of Two Pasture Growth Models of Differing Complexity - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Skinner, R.H., Corson, M.S., Rotz, C.A. 2008. Comparison of Two Pasture Growth Models of Differing Complexity. Agricultural Systems. 99:35-43.
The Dairy Greenhouse Gas Emission Model: Reference Manual - (Other)
Rotz, C.A., Chianese, D.S. 2008. The Dairy Greenhouse Gas Emission Model: Reference Manual. Version 10. Available: http://www.ars.usda.gov/sp2UserFiles/Place/19020000/DairyGHGReferenceManual.pdf.
Whole-farm simulation to determine effective conservation practices - (Abstract Only)
Veith, T.L., Rotz, C.A. 2008. Whole-farm simulation to determine effective conservation practices. Proceedings of American Chemical Society National Meeting. Paper #1210774.
Simulating Methane Emissions from Dairy Farms - (Proceedings)
Chianese, D.S., Rotz, C.A., Richard, T.L. 2008. Simulating Methane Emissions from Dairy Farms. American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE). St. Joseph, MI. Paper No. 084098.
Can Grazing Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Dairy Farms? - (Trade Journal)
Sedorovich, D., Rotz, C.A. 2008. Can Grazing Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Dairy Farms? The Forage Leader, Winter Issue. p. 5-7.
Process Modeling of Ammonia Volatilization from Ammonium Solution and Manure Surfaces - (Proceedings)
Montes, F., Rotz, C.A., Chaoui, H. 2008. Process Modeling of Ammonia Volatilization from Ammonium Solution and Manure Surfaces. Proceedings: 2008 American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers International Meeting (ASABE). Providence, Rhode Island, June 29-July 2, 2008. ASABE Paper No. 083584.
Dissociation and Mass Transfer Coefficients for Ammonia Volatilization Models - (Proceedings)
Chaoui, H., Montes, F., Rotz, C.A., Richard, T. 2008. Dissociation and Mass Transfer Coefficients for Ammonia Volatilization Models. Proceedings: 2008 American Society of Agriculgural and Biological Engineers International Meeting (ASABE). June 29-July 2, 2008, Providence, Rhode Island. ASABE Paper No. 083802.
Assessing Manure Management Strategies Through Small-Plot Research and Whole-Farm Modeling - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Garcia, A.M., Veith, T.L., Kleinman, P.J.A., Rotz, C.A., Saporito, L.S. 2008. Assessing manure management strategies through small-plot research and whole-farm modeling. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 63(4):204-211.
Grass-Based Dairy Production Provides a Viable Option for Producing Organic Milk in Pennsylvania - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Rotz, C.A., Karsten, H.D., Weaver, R.D. 2008. Grass-Based Dairy Production Provides a Viable Option for Producing Organic Milk in Pennsylvania. Online. Forage and Grazinglands. doi:10.1049/FG-2008-1212-01-RS.
Integrated Farm System Model: Reference Manual, Version 2.1 - (Other)
Rotz, C.A., Corson, M., Coiner, C. 2007. Integrated Farm System Model: Reference Manual, Version 2.1. Available: http://ars.usda.gov/naa/pswmru.
Can Grazing Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Dairy Farms? - (Abstract Only)
Sedorovich, D., Rotz, C.A., Richard, T. 2008. Can Grazing Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Dairy Farms? Proc. American Forage and Grassland Conference. American Forage and Grassland Council, Elmhurst, IL. Abstract No. 1627.
Whole-Farm Evaluation of Phosphorus Crystallization as a Dairy Farm BMP - (Abstract Only)
Garcia, A., Veith, T.L., Rotz, C.A., Bowers, K.E. 2007. Whole-Farm Evaluation of Phosphorus Crystallization as a Dairy Farm BMP [abstract]. Northeast Agricultural and Biological Engineering Conference. p. 1.
Predicting Management Effects on Phosphorus Loss from Farming Systems - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Sedorovich, D.M., Rotz, C.A., Vadas, P.A., Harmel, R.D. 2007. Predicting management effects on phosphorus loss from farming systems. Transactions of the American Society of Agricultural Engineers. 50(4):1443-1453.
Economic analysis of forage mixtures for pastures - (Popular Publication)
Sanderson, M.A., Corson, M., Rotz, C.A., Soder, K.J. 2007. Economic analysis of forage mixtures for pastures. Project Grass Magazine. P. 4-6.
Modeling Integrated Farm Systems: A Tool for Developing more Economically and Environmentally Sustainable Farming Systems - (Proceedings)
Rotz, C.A. 2007. Modeling Integrated Farm Systems: A Tool for Developing more Economically and Environmentally Sustainable Farming Systems. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Integrated Crop-Livestock Systems. August 13-15, 2007. Curitiba, Brazil.
Organic dairy production systems in Pennsylvania: a case study evaluation - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Rotz, C.A., Kamphuis, G.H., Karsten, H.D., Weaver, R.D. 2007. Organic dairy production systems in Pennsylvania: a case study evaluation. Journal of Dairy Science. 90:3961-3979.
Evaluating new manure application technologies to balance environmental and agronomic objectives in no-till crop production - (Abstract Only)
Beegle, D., Kleinman, P.J., Dell, C.J., Schmidt, J.P., Rotz, C.A., Allen, A. 2007. Evaluating new manure application technologies to balance environmental and agronomic objectives in no-till crop production. Soil and Water Conservation Society Abstracts.
Economic and Phosphorus-related Effects of Precision Feeding and Forage Management Modeled at a Farm-scale Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Ghebremichael, L.T., Cerosaletti, P.E., Veith, T.L., Rotz, C.A., Hamlett, J.M., Gburek, W. 2007. Economic and Phosphorus-Related Effects of Precision Feeding and Forage Management at a Farm-scale. Journal of Dairy Science. 90(8):3700-3715.
Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Dairy Farms - (Proceedings)
Sedorovich, D.M., Rotz, C.A., Richard, T.L. 2007. Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Dairy Farms. Proceedings of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers International (ASABE). Paper No. 074096, St. Joseph, MI: ASABE.
Environmental and Economic Comparisons of Manure Application Methods on Dairy Farms - (Proceedings)
Rotz, C.A., Kleinman, P.J., Dell, C.J., Schmidt, J.P., Beegle, D. 2007. Environmental and Economic Comparisons of Manure Application Methods on Dairy Farms. Proceedings of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers International (ASABE). Paper No. 074068, St. Joseph, MI:ASABE.
The economics of hay storage Reprint Icon - (Popular Publication)
Rotz, C.A. 2007. The economics of hay storage. The Forage Leader. Available: http://data.memberclicks.com/site/afgc/FL_March_April_07_The_Economics_of_Hay_Storage.pdf
Grass-Based Organic Dairy Production Systems in Pennsylvania - (Abstract Only)
Rotz, C.A., Karsten, H.D., Weaver, R.D. 2007. Grass-Based Organic Dairy Production Systems in Pennsylvania. American Forage and Grassland Council Conference Proceedings. Elmhurst, IL. CDROM.
Modeling the Nitrogen and Phosphorus Inputs and Outputs of Financially Optimal Irish Beef Production Systems - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Crosson, P., Rotz, C.A., O'Kiely, P., O'Mara, F.P., Wallace, M., Schulte, R. 2007. Modeling the nitrogen and phosphorus inputs and outputs of financially optimal irish beef production systems. Applied Engineering in Agriculture. 23(3):369-377.
Integrated Farming Systems Research:Developing Profitable and Environmentally Sound Farming Systems for Animal Production - (Other)
Rotz, C.A. 2007. Integrated Farming Systems Research: developing profitable and environmentally sound farming systems for animal production [abstract]. Northeast Pasture Consortium Meeting Fact Sheet. p.1
Managing Machinery in the Biological Farm System - (Trade Journal)
Rotz, C.A. 2007. Managing Machinery in the Biological Farm System. Resource Magazine. 14(3):4-5.
Adaptation and Evaluation of the Integrated Farm System Model to Simulate Temperate Multiple-Species Pastures - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Corson, M.S., Rotz, C.A., Skinner, R.H., Sanderson, M.A. 2007. Adaptation and evaluation of the integrated farm system model to simulate temperate multiple-species pastures. Agricultural Systems. 94(2):502-508.
Greenhouse gas emissions from dairy farms - (Proceedings)
Sedorovich, D.M., Rotz, C.A. 2007. Greenhouse gas emissions from dairy farms. In: Proceedings College of Engineering Research Symposium, College of Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, 2007. CDROM..
Conversion from Corn to Grassland Provides Economic and Environmental Benefits to a Maryland Beef Farm Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Crosson, P., Rotz, C.A., Sanderson, M.A. 2007. Conversion from corn to grassland provides economic and environmental benefits to a Maryland beef farm. Forage and Grazinglands [online]. Available: http://www.plantmanagementnetwork.org/sub/fg/research/2007/beef/
Grassland Models at the Farm Scale Reprint Icon - (Abstract Only)
Rotz, C.A., Corson, M.S. 2006. Grassland models at the farm scale. American Society of Agronomy Abstracts. Paper No. 174-3.
Comparison of Plot Studies and Farm Simulations for Different Manure Management Strategies - (Abstract Only)
Garcia, A., Veith, T.L., Rotz, C.A., Kleinman, P.J. 2006. Comparison of Plot Studies and Farm Simulations for Different Manure Management Strategies [abstract]. Soil and Water Conservation Society Proceedings. p. 27.
Predicting Management Effects on Ammonia Emissions from Dairy and Beef Farms - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Rotz, C.A., Oenema, J. 2006. Predicting management effects on ammonia emissions from dairy and beef farms. Transactions of the ASAE. 49(4):1139-1149.
Whole Farm Management to Reduce Nutrient Losses from Dairy Farms: a Simulation Study - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Rotz, C.A., Oenema, J., Van Kuelen, H. 2006. Whole farm management to reduce nutrient losses from dairy farms: a simulation study. Applied Engineering in Agriculture. 22(5):773-784.
Economic Analysis of Forage Mixture Productivity in Pastures Grazed by Dairy Cattle Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Sanderson, M.A., Corson, M.S., Rotz, C.A., Soder, K.J. 2006. Economic analysis of forage mixture productivity in pastures grazed by dairy cattle. Electronic Journal of Forage and Grazinglands. Available: http://www.plantmanagementnetwork.org/fg/.
Evaluating Warm-Season Grass Production in Temperate Pastures: a Simulation Approach Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Corson, M.S., Rotz, C.A., Skinner, R.H. 2006. Evaluating warm-season grass production in temperate-region pastures: A simulation approach. Agricultural Systems. 93(1-3):252-268.
Validation of a Sub-Model of Forage Growth of the Integrated Farm System Model - Ifsm - (Proceedings)
De Assis, A.G., Corson, M.S., Lopes, F.F., Rotz, C.A. 2006. Validation of a sub-model of forage growth of the Integrated Farm System Model - IFSM. In: Proceedings of the 43rd Annual Meeting of the Brazilian Society of Animal Science, July 24-27, 2006, Joao Pessoa PB. 2006 CDROM.
Poor Harvests Can Steal Your Alfalfa - (Trade Journal)
Rotz, C.A. 2006. Poor harvests can steal your alfalfa. Hoard's Dairyman. 151(5):359.
Storage Can Make Or Break a Harvest - (Trade Journal)
Rotz, C.A. 2007. Storage can make or break a harvest. Hoard's Dairyman. 152(10):379.
Process-Based Modeling of Gaseous Emissions from Dairy Farms - (Proceedings)
Rotz, C.A. 2006. Process-based modeling of gaseous emissions from dairy farms. Western Dairy Air Quality Symposium. p. 3-5.
Benefits of Measuring and Budgeting Pasture Forage - (Popular Publication)
Sanderson, M.A., Rotz, C.A. 2006. Benefits of measuring and budgeting pasture forage. Hoard's Dairyman. 151(4):133.
Environmental and Economic Evaluation of Grass and Corn Based Production Systems on a Maryland Beef Farm - (Proceedings)
Crosson, P., Rotz, C.A., Sanderson, M.A. 2006. Environmental and economic evaluation of grass and corn based production systems on a maryland beef farm. American Forage and Grassland Conference Proceedings. Vol. 15. CDROM.
Managing the Farm for Economic and Environmental Sustainability - (Proceedings)
Rotz, C.A., Veith, T.L. 2006. Managing the farm for economic and environmental sustainability. In Proceedings The John M. Airy Symposium: Visions for Animal Agriculture and the Environment. p. 1-12.
Postharvest Changes in Alfalfa Quality - (Proceedings)
Rotz, C.A. 2005. Postharvest changes in alfalfa quality. Proceeding of th 35th California Alfalfa and Forage Symposium. p. 253-262.
Implications of Forage Management on Farm Profitability and the Environment - (Proceedings)
Rotz, C.A. 2006. Implications of forage management on farm profitability and the environment. In: Silage for Dairy Farms: Growing, Harvesting, Storing and Feeding. Natural Resources Agricultural Engineering Service. p.8-17.
What About Just Keeping Them in Milk - (Trade Journal)
Zartman, D., Rotz, C.A. 2006. What about just keeping them in milk. Hoard's Dairyman. 151(3):118.
Predicting Management Effects on Ammonia Emissions from Dairy and Beef Farms - (Proceedings)
Rotz, C.A., Oenema, J. 2005. Predicting management effects on ammonia emissions from dairy and beef farms. American Society of Agricultural Engineers Meetings Papers. Paper No. 053054.
Predicting Management Effects on Phosphorus Loss from Farming Systems - (Proceedings)
Sedorovich, D., Rotz, C.A., Vadas, P.A. 2005. Predicting management effects on phosphorus loss from farming systems. American Society of Agricultural Engineers Meetings Papers. Paper No. 053053.
Verification and Application of a Model to Simulate Yield and Quality of Temperate Multiple-Species Pastures - (Abstract Only)
Corson, M.S., Rotz, C.A., Sanderson, M.A., Skinner, R.H. 2005. Verification and application of a model to simulate yield and quality of temperate multiple-species pastures [abstract]. American Society of Agronomy Meetings. Paper No. A03-Corson135 Poster. CD-ROM file: /techprogram/AM05/P5122.HTM.
The Economically Optimum Grazing Dairy Cow - (Popular Publication)
Rotz, C.A. 2005. Less milk, more profit. The Forage Leader. 10(2):4.
Simulation of Multiple-Species Pastures in Dairy and Beef Production - (Proceedings)
Corson, M.S., Rotz, C.A., Sanderson, M.A., Skinner, R.H. 2005. Simulation of multiple-species pastures in dairy and beef production. American Forage and Grassland Council Conference Proceedings. 14:1-5.
Economic and Environmental Feasibility of a Perennial Cow Dairy Farm - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Rotz, C.A., Zartman, D.L., Crandall, K.L. 2005. Economic and environmental feasibility of a perennial cow dairy farm. Journal of Dairy Science. 88:3009-3019.
Whole-Farm Perspectives of Nutrient Flows in Grassland Agriculture - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Rotz, C.A., Taube, F., Russelle, M.P., Oenema, J., Sanderson, M.A., Wachendorf, M. 2005. Whole-farm perspectives of nutrient flows in grassland agriculture. Crop Science. 45(6):2139-2159.
How Much Ammonia Do Dairy Farms Emit? - (Trade Journal)
Rotz, C.A. 2005. How much ammonia do dairy farms emit? Hoard's Dairyman. 150(10):371.
Predicting Suitable Days for Field Machinery Operations in a Whole Farm Simulation - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Rotz, C.A., Harrigan, T.M. 2005. Predicting suitable days for field machinery operations in a whole farm simulation. Applied Engineering in Agriculture. 21(4):563-571.
Evaluating the Economic and Environmental Sustainability of Integrated Farming Systems - (Proceedings)
Rotz, C.A., Sanderson, M.A., Wachendorm, M., Taube, F. 2005. Evaluating the economic and environmental sustainability of integrated farming systems. International Grasslands Congress. 20:378.
Manure Management Choices and Whole-Farm Impact - (Proceedings)
Rotz, C.A. 2005. Manure management choices and whole-farm impact. In Dairy Manure Management: Treatment, Handling, and Community Relations. Proceedings of the Northeast Regional Agricultural Engineering Service. p. 240-248.
Integrated Farm System Model - (Proceedings)
Rotz, C.A. 2005. Integrated farm system model. In Dairy Manure Management: Treatment, Handing, and Community Relations. Proceedings of the Northeast Regional Agricultural Engineering Service. p. 219-225.
Modification of the Spur Rangeland Model to Simulate Species Composition and Pasture Productivity in Humid Temperate Regions - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Corson, M.S., Rotz, C.A., Skinner, R.H. 2005. Modification of the SPUR rangeland model to simulate species composition and pasture productivity in humid temperate regions. Agricultural Systems. 87:169-191.
A Beef Herd Model for Use in Whole Farm Simulation - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Rotz, C.A., Buckmaster, D.R., Comerford, J.W. 2004. A beef herd model for use in whole farm simulation. Journal of Animal Science. 83:231-242.
Whole Farm Evaluation of Nutrient Management - (Proceedings)
Rotz, C.A. 2004. Whole farm evaluation of nutrient management. Animal Nutrition Conference Proceedings. p. 129-136.
Computer Simulation to Evaluate Farm Nutrient Management - (Proceedings)
Rotz, C.A., Harrison, J. 2004. Computer simulation to evaluate farm nutrient management. Animal Nutrition Conference Proceedings. p. 9-12.
Is Robotic Milking a Viable Option? - (Popular Publication)
Rotz, C.A., Soder, K.J. 2004. Is robotic milking a viable option?. Dairy Digest. 9:4.
Simulation of Warm-Season Grass Pastures in Whole-Farm Systems - (Abstract Only)
Corson, M.S., Rotz, C.A., Sanderson, M.A., Skinner, R.H. 2004. Simulation of warm-season grass pastures in whole-farm systems [abstract]. American Society of Agronomy Meetings. Paper No. A03-corson139-poster.
Predicting the Number of Suitable Days for Manure Spreading Across Wisconsin - (Abstract Only)
McCrory, D.F., Saam, H., Powell, J.M., Jackson-Smith, D.B., Rotz, C.A. 2004. Predicting the number of suitable days for manure spreading across Wisconsin [abstract]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting Abstracts. Paper No. 6277.
Precision Pays - (Popular Publication)
Sanderson, M.A., Rotz, C.A. 2004. Precision pays. The Forage Leader.p. 14.
The Integrated Farm System Model: a Tool for Developing More Economically and Environmentally Sustainable Farming Systems for the Northeast - (Proceedings)
Rotz, C.A. 2004. The integrated farm system model: A tool for developing more economically and environmentally sustainable farming systems for the Northeast. American Society of Agricultural Engineers Meetings Papers. p. 1-11.
Whole Farm Impact of Increasing Corn Silage Cutting Height - (Proceedings)
Rotz, C.A., Harrison, J.H., Nennich, T.D. 2004. Whole farm impact of increasing corn silage cutting height. American Forage and Grassland Conference Proceedings. 13. CDROM.
Harvesting and Storage Systems for Hay and Haylage - (Proceedings)
Rotz, C.A. 2004. Harvesting and storage systems for hay and haylage. American Forage and Grassland Conference Proceedings. 13. CDROM.
Economic and Environmental Feasibility of a Four-Year Lactation Model - (Abstract Only)
Zartman, D.L., Rotz, C.A., Crandall, K.L. 2004. Economic and environmental feasibility of a four-year lactation model [abstract]. Journal of Dairy Science. 1.
Predicting Suitable Days for Field Operations in a Whole Farm Simulation - (Proceedings)
Rotz, C.A., Harrigan, T.M. 2004. Predicting suitable days for field operations in a whole farm simulation. Proceedings of American Society of Agricultural Engineers. p 1-12.
Protein-Binding Polyphenols Enhance Nitrogen Cycling and Profitability of Dairy Farms - (Proceedings)
Grabber, J.H., Broderick, G.A., Sullivan, M.L., Hatfield, R.D., Powell, J.M., Rotz, C.A., Muck, R.E., Ehlke, N.J. 2004. Protein-binding polyphenols enhance nitrogen cycling and profitability of dairy farms. In: 228th ACS National Meeting, August 22-26, 2004, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 2004 CDROM.
Impact of Forage Condensed Tannins on Protein Utilization and Nitrogen Cycling on Dairy Farms: a Progress Report - (Proceedings)
Grabber, J.H., Broderick, G.A., Powell, J.M., Rotz, C.A., Ehlke, N.J., Davidson, C., Hymes Fecht, U.C., Massingill, L.J., Niemann, K.M., Vellekson, D. 2004. Impact of forage condensed tannins on protein utilization and nitrogen cycling on dairy farms: a progress report. In: American Forage and Grassland Council Conference Proceedings. Volume 13, June 12-16, 2004, Roanoke, Virginia. 2004 CDROM.
Hay Harvest and Storage - (Book / Chapter)
Rotz, C.A., Shinners, K.J. 2007. Hay Harvest and Storage. In: Barnes, R. F., Moore, K. J., Nelson, C. J., Collins, M. editors. Forages, volume 2: The Science of Grassland Agriculutre. Sixth Edition. Ames, Iowa: Blackwell Publishing. p. 601-616.
Use of a Dairy Whole Farm Phosphorus Balance Education Tool (Dairy Wfpbet) to Teach Dairy Producers and Their Advisers Nutrient Management Concepts at the Whole Farm Level - (Abstract Only)
Harrison, J.H., Nennich, T.D., Rotz, C.A. 2004. Use of a dairy whole farm phosphorus balance education tool (dairy wfpbet) to teach dairy producers and their advisers nutrient management concepts at the whole farm level. Journal of Dairy Science. 87(Suppl. 1):248.
Should I Consider Robotic Milking? - (Trade Journal)
Rotz, C.A. 2004. Should I consider robotic milking?. Hoard's Dairyman. 149(19):733.
Equipment and Processes to Speed Hay Drying - (Other)
Rotz, C.A. 2003. Equipment and processes to speed hay drying. Extension Publications. 9:1.
Management to Reduce Nitrogen Losses in Animal Production - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Rotz, C.A. 2004. Management to reduce nitrogen losses in animal production. Journal of Animal Science. 82(E. Suppl.):E119-E137.
Adapting a Rangeland Model to Predict Pasture Composition and Growth in Temperate Climates - (Abstract Only)
Corson, M.S., Rotz, C.A., Skinner, R.H. 2003. Adapting a rangeland model to predict pasture composition and growth in temperate climates [abstract]. Agronomy Abstracts. Paper No. C06-corson372710-poster. 2003 CDROM.
Simulating Seasonal Species Composition and Growth Dynamics in Grass/legume Pastures - (Abstract Only)
Skinner, R.H., Corson, M.S., Rotz, C.A., Sanderson, M.A. 2003. Simulating seasonal species composition and growth dynamics in grass/legume pastures [abstract]. Agronomy Abstracts. Paper No. A03-skinner116181-poster. 2003 CDROM.
The Integrated Farm System Model: a Tool for Whole Farm Analysis in Grassland Agriculture - (Abstract Only)
Rotz, C.A. 2003. The integrated farm system model: A tool for whole farm analysis in grassland agriculture [abstract]. Annual Meeting Abstracts. ASA-CSSA-SSSA. Paper No. C06-rotz464396-oral. 2003 CDROM.
Whole-Farm Management to Reduce Nitrogen Losses from Dairy Farms - (Proceedings)
Rotz, C.A., Oenema, J., Van Keulen, H. 2003. Whole-farm management to reduce nitrogen losses from dairy farms. American Society of Agricultural Engineers Meetings Papers. Paper No. 032154.
Economic Impact of Automatic Milking Systems on Dairy Farms - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Rotz, C.A., Coiner, C.U., Soder, K.J. 2003. Economic impact of automatic milking systems on dairy farms. Journal of Dairy Science. 86(12):4167-4177.
Economic and Environmental Impact of Utilizing a Total Mixed Ration in Pennsylvania Grazing Dairy Herds - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Soder, K.J., Rotz, C.A. 2003. Economic and environmental impact of economic and environmental impact of utilizing a total mixed ration in Pennsylvania grazing dairy herds. The Professional Animal Scientist. 19:304-311.
How to Maintain Forage Quality During Harvest and Storage - (Proceedings)
Rotz, C.A. 2003. How to maintain forage quality during harvest and storage. Dairy Seminar Proceedings Western Canada. 15:227-239.
Whole Farm Impacts of Automatic Milking Systems - (Proceedings)
Rotz, C.A. 2003. Whole farm impacts of automatic milking systems. Dairy Seminar Proceedings Western Canada. 15:355-365.
Management to Reduce Nitrogen Losses in Animal Production - (Abstract Only)
Rotz, C.A. 2003. Management to reduce nitrogen losses in animal production [abstract]. Journal of Dairy Science. 86(1):128.
Use of a Dairy Whole Farm Nutrient Balance Eduation Tool (Dairy Wfnbet) to Teach Dairy Producers and Their Advisers About Nutrient Management Concepts at the Whole Farm Level - (Abstract Only)
Harrison, J.H., Nennich, T., Gillies, J., Rotz, C.A. 2003. Use of a dairy whole farm nutrient balance education tool (DAIRY WFNBET) to teach dairy producers and their advisers about nutrient management concepts at the whole farm level. Journal of Dairy Science. 86(1):163.
Effectiveness of Equipment to Speed Hay Drying - (Proceedings)
Rotz, C.A. 2003. Effectiveness of equipment to speed hay drying. Pennsylvania Grazing and Forage Conference Proceedings. p. 17-22.
Saving Forage As Hay Or Silage - (Book / Chapter) - (20-Dec-02)
Tannin-Containing Alfalfa: a Way to Improve Nitrogen-Use and Profitability of Dairy Farms? - (Abstract Only) - (17-Jul-02)
Economic and Environmental Implications of Small Grain Production and Use on Pennsylvania Dairy Farms - (Proceedings)
ROTZ, C.A., ROTH, G.W., STOUT, W.L. ECONOMIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPLICATIONS OF SMALL GRAIN PRODUCTION AND USE ON PENNSYLVANIA DAIRY FARMS. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERS MEETINGS PAPERS. 2002. Paper No. 021069. 11 pp.
Economic Impact of Automatic Milking Systems on Dairy Farms - (Proceedings)
ROTZ, C.A., COINER, C.U., SODER, K.J. ECONOMIC IMPACT OF AUTOMATIC MILKING SYSTEMS ON DAIRY FARMS. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERS MEETINGS PAPERS. 2002. Paper No. 023114. 11 pp.
Production and Feeding Strategies for Phosphorus Management on Dairy Farms - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
ROTZ, C.A., SHARPLEY, A.N., SATTER, L.D., GBUREK, W.J., SANDERSON, M.A. PRODUCTION AND FEEDING STRATEGIES FOR PHOSPHORUS MANAGEMENT ON DAIRY FARMS. JOURNAL OF DAIRY SCIENCE. 2002. v. 85(11). p. 3142-3153.
A Modelling Approach to Management Impacts on Nitrogen Fluxes in Specialised Dairy Farms - (Proceedings)
ROTZ, C.A., WACHENDORF, M., HERRMANN, A., KORNHER, A., TAUBE, F. A MODELLING APPROACH TO MANAGEMENT IMPACTS ON NITROGEN FLUXES IN SPECIALISED DAIRY FARMS. GRASSLANDS FEDERATION EUROPEAN PROCEEDINGS. 2002.
Economic and Environmental Implications of Small Grain Production and Use on Pennsylvania Dairy Farms - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
ROTZ, C.A., ROTH, G.W., STOUT, W.L. ECONOMIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPLICATIONS OF SMALL GRAIN PRODUCTION AND USE ON PENNSYLVANIA DAIRY FARMS. Applied Engineering in Agriculture. 2002.
Economic and Environmental Impacts of Utilizing a Total Mixed Ration in Pennsylvania Grazing Dairy Herds - (Proceedings)
Soder, K.J., Rotz, C.A. 2002. Economic and environmental impacts of utilizing a total mixed ration in Pennsylvania grazing dairy herds. American Forage and Grassland Council Conference Proceedings. 11:212-216.
An Integrated Farm System Model for Evaluating Alternatives in Crop, Dairy and Beef Production - (Proceedings)
ROTZ, C.A., BUCKMASTER, D.R., COMERFORD, J.W. AN INTEGRATED FARM SYSTEM MODEL FOR EVALUATING ALTERNATIVES IN CROP, DAIRY AND BEEF PRODUCTION. AMERICAN FORAGE AND GRASSLAND CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS. 2002.
Should I Grow and Feed Soybeans? - (Trade Journal)
ROTZ, C.A., ROTH, G.W., SODER, K.J. How Soybeans fit on dairy farms?. HOARD'S DAIRYMAN. 2002.
The Dairy Forage System Model (Dafosym) - (Proceedings)
ROTZ, C.A. THE DAIRY FORAGE SYSTEM MODEL (DAFOSYM). INTRODUCTION TO CALS INTEGRATED NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM WORKSHOP. 2001.
Weather Impacts on Maize, Soybean, and Alfalfa Production in the Great Lakes Region, 1895-1996 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Andresen, J.A., Alagarswamy, G., Rotz, C.A., Lebaron, A.W. 2001. Weather impacts on maize, soybean, and alfalfa production in the great lakes region, 1895-1996. Agronomy Journal. 93(5):1059-1070.
Dairy Forage System Model: Reference Manual - (Book / Chapter)
Rotz, C.A., Coiner, C.U. 2001. Dairy Forage System Model: Reference Manual. Internet Web Page. Available from: http://pswmru.arsup.psu.edu
Is Processing Your Corn Silage Profitable? - (Trade Journal)
Rotz, C.A., Harrison, J.H., Johnson, L.M. 2001. Is processing your corn silage profitable?. Hoard's Dairyman. 8:496
Production and Feeding Strategies for Phosphorus Management on Dairy Farms in New York - (Proceedings)
Rotz, C.A., Sharpley, A.N., Gburek, W.J., Sanderson, M.A., Satter, L.D. 2001. Production and feeding strategies for phosphorus management on dairy farms in new york. American Society of Agricultural Engineers Meetings Papers. 1:1-17.
Economics of Robotic Milking on a Dairy Farm in the United States - (Proceedings)
Rotz, C.A., Coiner, C.U., Soder, K.J. 2001. Economics of robotic milking on a dairy farm in the united states. Proceedings of the XXVIII International Congress of CIOSTA-CIGRV. 1:115-120.
Economic and Environmental Implications of Four Levels of Concentrate Supplementation in Grazing Dairy Herds - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Soder, K.J., Rotz, C.A. 2001. Economic and environmental implications of four levels of concentrate supplementation in grazing dairy herds. Journal Of Dairy Science. 2001. v.84(11). p. 2560-2572.
Nutrient Intake and Body Condition Characteristics of Dairy Cows in Washington State Dairy Herds Producing in Excess of 12,730 Kg of Milk Annually - (Abstract Only)
JOHNSON, L.M., HARRISON, J.H., SCHAGER, W., DAVIDSON, D., CHEN, S., STOCKLE, C., HOISINGTON, F., ROTZ, C.A. NUTRIENT INTAKE AND BODY CONDITION CHARACTERISTICS OF DAIRY COWS IN WASHINGTON STATE DAIRY HERDS PRODUCING IN EXCESS OF 12,730 KG OF MILK ANNUALLY. JOURNAL OF DAIRY SCIENCE. VOL. 84 (SUPPL. 1. P. 122. 2001.
Characteristics of Forages and Tmr Fed to Dairy Cows in Washington State Dairy Herds Producing in Excess of 12,730 Kg of Milk Annually - (Abstract Only)
JOHNSON, L.M., HARRISON, J.H., SCHAGER, W., DAVIDSON, D., CHEN, S., STOCKLE, C., HOISINGTON, F., ROTZ, C.A. CHARACTERISTICS OF FORAGES AND TMR FED TO DAIRY COWS IN WASHINGTON STATE DAIRY HERDS PRODUCING IN EXCESS OF 12,730 KG OF MILK ANNUALLY. JOURNAL OF DAIRY SCIENCE. VOL. 84. SUPPL. 1. P. 122. 2001.
Economic and Environmental Implications of Four Levels of Concentrate Supplementation in Grazing Dairy Herds - (Proceedings)
Soder, K.J., Rotz, C.A. 2001. Economic and environmental implications of four levels of concentrate supplementation in grazing dairy herds. American Forage And Grassland Council Proceedings. 2001. v.10. p. 171-175.
Evaluation of Whole Farm Economics and Nutrient Management Practices on Washington State Dairy Farms Using a Computer Simulation Model (Dafosym) - (Abstract Only)
JOHNSON, L.M., HARRISON, J.H., SCHAGER, W., CHEN, S., STOCKLE, C., ROTZ, C.A., HOISINGTON, F. EVALUATION OF WHOLE FARM ECONOMICS AND NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT PRACTICES ON WASHINGTON STATE DAIRY FARMS USING A COMPUTER SIMULATION MODEL (DAFOSYM). INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON ANIMAL PRODUCTION. P. 7. 2001.
Environmental and Economic Impacts of a Corn and Rye Double Crop System on a Pennsylvania Dairy Farm - (Proceedings)
Rotz, C.A., Soder, K.J., Roth, G.W. 2001. Environmental and economic impacts of a corn and rye double crop system on a pennsylvania dairy farm. American Forage and Grassland Conference Proceedings. 10:166-170.
Estimating Forage Mass with a Commercial Capacitance Meter, Rising Plate Meter, and Pasture Ruler - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Sanderson, M.A., Rotz, C.A., Fultz, S.W., Rayburn, E.B. 2001. Estimating forage mass with a commercial capacitance meter, rising plate meter, and pasture ruler. Agronomy Journal. 93(6):1281-1286.
Soybean Production and Use on Pennsylvania Dairy Farms - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
ROTZ, C.A., ROTH, G.W., SODER, K.J., SCHNABEL, R.R. SOYBEAN PRODUCTION AND USE ON PENNSYLVANIA DAIRY FARMS. AGRONOMY JOURNAL. 2001.
Management Effects on Nutrient Loading and Losses from Dairy Farms - (Abstract Only) - (24-Jul-00)
Crop Options for An Expanding Dairy Farm in Wisconsin - (Abstract Only) - (19-Jul-00)
Crop Options for An Expanding Dairy Farm in Wisconsin - (Proceedings)
Rotz, C.A., Martin, N.P., Grabber, J.H. 2000. Crop options for an expanding dairy farm in wisconsin. American Forage and Grassland Conference Proceedings. 9:100-104.
Herd Size and Milk Production Level Effects on Profitability and Phosphorusloading with Management-Intensive Grazing - (Proceedings)
Winsten, J.R., Rotz, C.A., Ford, S.A. 2000. Herd size and milk production level effects on profitability and phosphorusloading with management-intensive grazing. American Forage and Grassland Council Proceedings. 9:110-114.
Mechanization: Planning and Selection of Equipment - (Proceedings)
Rotz, C.A. 2001. Mechanization: planning and selection of equipment. Grassland International Congress Proceedings. 19:763-768.
Whole Farm Analysis of Forage Budgeting on Pasture - (Proceedings)
Sanderson, M.A., Rotz, C.A., Rayburn, E.B., Fultz, S.F., Vough, L.R. Whole farm analysis of forage budgeting on pasture. American Forage And Grassland Council Proceedings. 2000. v. 9. p. 105-109.
Whole Farm Modelling As a Tool for Integrated Nutrient and Farming Systems Management on Dairy Farms - (Proceedings)
Sanderson, M.A., Ohlsson, C.M., Rotz, C.A., Moestrup, E. Whole farm modelling as a tool for integrated nutrient and farming systems management on dairy farms. Grassland Science in Europe. 2000. v. 5. p. 385-387.
Grazing Systems for Michigan Dairy Farms - (Proceedings)
Rotz, C.A. 2000. Grazing systems for Michigan dairy farms. Proceedings of Managing Forages: Turning It Up a Notch. p. 47-54.
Management Effects on Nutrient Loading and Losses from Dairy Farms - (Abstract Only)
Rotz, C.A., Sharpley, A.N., Satter, L.D. 2000. Management effects on nutrient loading and losses from dairy farms. Journal of Dairy Science. 83(1):234.
Feeding Strategy, Nitrogen Cycling, and Profitability of Dairy Farms - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Rotz, C.A., Satter, L.D., Mertens, D.R., Muck, R.E. 1999. Feeding strategy, nitrogen cycling, and profitability of dairy farms. Journal of Dairy Science. 82:2841-2855.
A Dairy Herd Model for Use in Whole Farm Simulations - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (02-Aug-99)
The Effect of Altering the Amount of Corn and Grass Acreage on Whole Farm Economics and Nutrient Management - Using a Computer Simulation Model (Dafosym) - (Proceedings)
Johnson, L.M., Harrison, J.H., Rotz, C.A. 1999. The effect of altering the amount of corn and grass acreage on whole farm economics and nutrient management - using a computer simulation model (DAFOSYM). In Proceedings 12th International Silage Conference. p. 189-190.
Economics of Corn Silage Processing on North American Dairy Farms - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (06-Jul-99)
Nitrogen and Phosphorus Sources and Their Importance to Pasture-Based Livestock Systems - (Proceedings)
Pionke, H.B., Rotz, C.A., Sanderson, M.A., Stout, W.L., Sharpley, A.N. 1999. Nitrogen and phosphorus sources and their importance to pasture-based systems. British Grassland Society Proceedings. p. 13-21.
Dafosym: a Tool for Evaluating Integrated Dairy Farming Systems - (Proceedings)
Rotz, C.A., Stout, W.L., Sanderson, M.A. 1999. DAFOSYM: a tool for evaluating integrated dairy farming systems. In Work Sciences in Sustainable Agriculture. Proceedings of the XXVIII International Congress of CIOSTA-CIGR V Congress. June 14-17, 1999. Horsens, Denmark. p. 278-283.
Making Management Decisions at the Whole Farm Level - Use of a Computer Model (Dafosym) - (Abstract Only) - (19-May-99)
Options for Harvest and Storage of Excess Pasture - (Proceedings) - (21-Apr-99)
Mechanical Processing of Corn Silage: Looking Back Two Years - (Proceedings) - (04-May-98)
Economics of Forage Processing - (Abstract Only) - (28-Jul-97)
Integration of Forage in Farming Sysytems - (Proceedings) - (09-Jun-97)
Economics of Silage-Based Cropping Systems - (Proceedings) - (11-Feb-97)
Corn Silage in the Whole Farm System - (Proceedings) - (29-Jan-97)
Dafosym: a Tool for Evluating Alternative Dairy Systems - (Proceedings) - (16-Sep-96)
Michigan Dairy Farm Industry: Summary of the 1991 Michigan State Universitydairy Farm Survey - (Experiment Station) - (01-Sep-96)
A Comparison of Forages, Harvesting and Storage Systems - (Proceedings) - (30-Aug-96)
Dafosym for Windows: a Teaching Aid in Biosystems Engineering - (Proceedings) - (15-Jul-96)
Alfalfa and Corn Silage Systems Compared on Michigan Dairy Farms - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (28-Jun-96)
Dafosym for Windows: a Teaching Aid in Forage System Management - (Proceedings) - (13-Jun-96)
Corn Silage Following First-Cut Alfalfa: a Forage Production Alternative? - (Proceedings) - (13-Jun-96)
Simulation of Dairy Manure Management and Cropping Systems - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (10-May-96)
Dafosym (The Dairy Forage System Model) for Windows, Version 1 - (Other) - (15-Mar-96)
Economics of Grazing Alfalfa on Michigan Dairy Farms - (Proceedings) - (04-Mar-96)
Bunker Silo Unloaders: An Economic Analysis - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (10-Jan-96)
Dairy Forage System Model (Dafosym) - (Abstract Only) - (01-Nov-95)
Evaluating Dairy Manure Systems: a Software Demonstration - (Abstract Only) - (30-Oct-95)
Dafosym: a Tool for Evaluating Dairy Manure Systems. - (Abstract Only) - (30-Oct-95)
Draft Relationships for Tillage and Seeding Equipment - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (10-Jul-95)
Loss Models for Forage Harvest - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (01-May-95)
Evaluating Alternative Technologies in Forage Production - (Proceedings) - (16-Mar-95)
Maintaining and Enhancing Forage Quality During Harvest and Storage - (Proceedings) - (16-Mar-95)
Draft of Major Tillage and Seeding Equipment - (Abstract Only) - (13-Dec-94)
Forage Losses and Quality Change During Harvest and St0rage - (Proceedings) - (27-Sep-94)
A Comparison of Silage Systems on Ontario Dairy Farms - (Proceedings) - (27-Sep-94)
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